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Archive for February 25th, 2019

WoL (Wake on LAN) from various routers

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/25

Until recently, I hardly used Wake on LAN, so I never noticed that many routers nowadays can send WoL requests themselves.

A few links:

And a few ones from my previous WoL related posts:

–jeroen

Posted in Ethernet, Network-and-equipment, Power User, Wake-on-LAN (WoL) | Leave a Comment »

How to hide an entire drive from prying eyes on Windows 10 | Windows Central

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/02/25

For my link archive: 3 ways to hide drive letters.

TL;DR:

  1. Using diskman.msc (Disk Management) by removing drive letters or/and changing the mount point to be in another drive.
  2. Using regedit.exe (or other Registry Editor like reg.exe) for a bitmap of drive letters to add a value named [WayBackNoDrives to
    • globally to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer
    • locally for the current user to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer
  3. Using secpol.msc (Local Security Policy editor, or find it through gpedit.msc) to add a security policy similar to the registry.

Source: [WayBackHow to hide an entire drive from prying eyes on Windows 10 | Windows Central

After setting NoDrive you have to reboot (logoff/logon isn’t sufficient).

For the NoDrive bitmap: these list below has the values to add for each drive to hide, but it’s easier to use the [WayBackNT Drive Calculator – The ‘NoDrives’ Registry Key Value Calculator which calculates the Decimal version of the value needed.

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